Optical measurements can be carried out to evaluate various lighting solutions. The kit is based on NXP’s S32K144EVB-Q100 controller board featuring the automotive qualified S32K1xx Arm Cortex based MCU with a USB cable for connection to a PC host. An adapter board including a power supply, is plugged into a bar of 16 RGB LEDs from Dominant Opto. Each LED includes an INLC100 controller die from Inova Semiconductors housed in a single three-LED package (red, green and blue). The ISELED software driver from NXP and the LED lighting effects studio tool from Lucie Labs are pre-programmed in the S32K MCU and available free of charge under a 3-month evaluation license.
Inova Semiconductors – www.inova-semiconductors.de
And last month’s winners are…
In our previous reader offer, TI was giving away seven LightCrafter Display 2000 Evaluation Modules (EVM) bundled with a BeagleBone Black board for eeNews Europe's readers to win.
Lucky winners include Mr I. Hegyi from Romania, Mr M. McLeod, P. Dickerson and G. McArdle from the UK, Mr M. Bernardini from Italia, Mr B. Callebaut from Belgium and Mr M. Hopf from Switzerland. All should be receiving their packages soon. Let's wish them some interesting findings with their projects.